We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews cumulus hotel metro station city centre trams and buses direct bus bus stop room facing well located hotel market square good size sleep quality yogurt family room breakfast buffet the breakfast area comfortable beds easy access
1 - 5 of 219 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Review collected in partnership with Scandic Hotels
This business uses tools provided by TripAdvisor (or one of its official Review Collection Partners) to encourage and collect guest reviews, including this one.
Very nice little hotel with basic decorated rooms. Rooms are maybe a bit small, but perfect forna short stay. All was clean and tidy and the view to Hakaniemi square is nice, but little noisy because of the traffic and trolleys. Nice personnel and very...More
We enjoyed our 2-night stay. The staff was friendly and efficient. The room was not large, but clean and comfortable. Very easy location from and to the airport by bus (5-Euro regional tickets). The bus, tram and Metro stops are right across the street; Central...More
This hotel is a bit worn out, nevertheless it has been through a small renovation last spring. Rooms are ascetic, quite small, but clean. The location is good just besides Hakaniemi Market Hall. There's a metro station just across the street and bus and tram...More
Hotel conveniently located close to the Hakaniemen tori with bus, metro and tram connections. Hotel is old Cumulus chain that was purchased by Scandic and therefore the hotel has done some small upgrade with regards to lobby and breakfast. Brekfast is better than before, but...More
Hi. I watched only local channels, but usually in Scandic's they have several international channels, from news(CNN/BBC) to also at least some Swedish Channels. In Finland international channels are not dubbed, so you can... More
Hi. I watched only local channels, but usually in Scandic's they have several international channels, from news(CNN/BBC) to also at least some Swedish Channels. In Finland international channels are not dubbed, so you can also watch everything from Discovery to Fox with English. Hope this helps